One month to go until Christmas, what a year it has been! Let's hope we can enjoy the holidays with no worries.
Foodbank Annual Appeal
The New Plymouth Foodbank is having a different appeal this year, thanks to Covid-19.
You can drop off your donations at 40 Vivian Street New Plymouth (behind the Peace Hall on the one-way), between 10.00 am and 6.00 pm. There is a drop box at Little Fed cafe, if you are not able to make it.
There is still a lot of uncertainty with Covid among us, and what is expected from both employers and employees, and what they are entitled to for leave and wage subsidies. This article has a lot of information, and My Mobile Accountant can help clarify things for you if you need help with your payroll related questions.
In addition to the trying times we are experiencing, the holiday season can put further strain on us, and those around you. Please talk to someone if you are feeling low, we are always here to listen if you don't know where to turn.
The Government has announced new legislation outlining workplace vaccination requirements. See this article for detailed information.
If you're a New Zealand tax resident, you need to pay tax in New Zealand on your
worldwide income, even if you did not bring the money into this country.
Common examples of overseas income are:
interest you earn from overseas bank accounts
interest you earn from money invested overseas
rental income from property you own overseas
salary and wages paid from overseas
However, if you've only become a New Zealand tax resident partway during the year, you only need to declare your overseas income from when you became a New Zealand tax resident.
My Mobile Accountant can help if you have recently returned from overseas, and need assistance with your obligations here, and in other countries. Call us today! 0275550201
28 November -
Your GST return and payment is due for the taxable period ending 31 October.